Contaminated soil leads to school fields' shutdown

September 05, 2018
Plastic, broken glass and ceramics, wood pellets and plastic bags are among the debris found on seven B.C. school playing fields.
Plastic, broken glass and ceramics, wood pellets and plastic bags are among the debris found on seven B.C. school playing fields.
Sept. 5, 2018 – A British Columbia school district has closed seven of its schools' fields after it was learned contaminated soil was applied to the surfaces during the summer. Topsoil on the fields was contaminated with shredded plastic, broken glass and shards of wood.

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